Last night there was a supermoon: a full moon around the same time that it is at its closest point to the Earth (its perigee). Because of its closer proximity, it looks bigger and brighter than usual. In fact, a supermoon can appear up to 14% larger (in diameter) and up to 30% brighter compared to its opposite, a micromoon (when the full moon happens at its largest distance to Earth, or its apogee).
On 13 July 2022, the moon was at its perigee just after 11:00. The exact time of the full moon was just after 20:30, and it appeared above the horizon close to 21:30. All within a 12-hour time window. (All times local to Vienna, which is currently UTC+2.)
Unfortunately there is always a lot of moisture in the air around Vienna, due to the Danube river flowing through, so there was significant atmospheric distortion. On the other hand, it made for a spectacular sunset show just before the moonrise, including a beautiful rainbow above the city.
The images below are best viewed in the evening when there is little or no natural light left.